Boeing has a partnered with North Charleston High School to provide support, mentorships, recruit for internships and employment. Boeing continues to make a difference in the lives of our students by inspiring them and sharing the importance of science, technology, engineering and math. DreamLearners is the new Education Relations program aimed at reaching students in South Carolina and encouraging them to pursue future careers with the company.
North Charleston High School Teach The Need students visit Charleston Place. The Teach The Need Program connects students to thriving hospitality industry with the local community. The restaurant training program a luncheon at Charleston Grill. The goal is to help these young adults develop the skills and confidence needed to secure-and keep-jobs in the food and beverage industry.
White House Student Film Festival
White House is super-excited to announce the first-ever White House Student Film Festival: a video contest created just for K-12 students, and whose finalists will have their short films shown at the White House.
Finalist videos may also be featured on the White House website, YouTube channel, and social media pages.
Film should address at least one of the following themes:
1. How you currently use technology in your classroom or school.
2. The role technology will play in education in the future.
How does technology help with:
• Personalized Learning
• Online Learning
• Global Collaboration
• Student Creativity
• Making and Tinkering
• Critical Thinking
· Project Based Learning
Submissions for the White House film festival will be accepted from November 25 through January 29, 2014.
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO LEARN MORE AND HOW TO PARTICIPATE!
Liberty Hill Academy & NCHS Bookbuddies Program
This year, students from Liberty Hill Academy and North Charleston High School participated in a bookbuddies program. Every other Friday, the 11th graders from Mr. Foley's English class traveled to Liberty Hill Academy to read to their "buddies". The Liberty Hill students practiced their reading and social skills with their buddies. This program was successful for all of the students involved!
Academic Banquet 2013
NCHS Community Classes
On April 15, 2013, NCHS opened its doors to our Hispanic families. Parents were offered and given the opportunity to take both English and Computer classes here on our campus. In addition to that, the children of these parents took Enrichment Classes as well. If you have any books, puzzles, flash cards, or tapes that you have no need or use for, we will kindly accept your donations. NCHS will always push literacy and we would like the parents to continue working with their children throughout the summer months.
Students attended the 2013 Youth Summit at Burke High School.